Saturday, November 30, 2013

Lacoste and LA

What's a perfect OOTD on a gloomy morning at the park? A simple shirt and a nice varsity jacket! Few days ago, I asked my cousin to help me in some errands in the morning and go at the mall in the afternoon. After all my errands and stuff, I asked him to take pictures of my OOTD. Weather was really gloomy in the morning that's why I opted to wear this varsity jacket and paired it with my black pants! Also added my blue cap that I matched with the colour of my jacket.

On me: Shirt from Universal Studios CA l Pants from Bench l Jacket from Forever21 Men l Cap from Lacoste l Watch from G-Shock l Sunglasses from Ray Ban l Socks from Uniqlo l Shoes from Jordan

Navy blue cap from Lacoste. A very comfortable and trendy headgear!

Gone vintage? Say hello to this "vintage" G-Shock!

Don't you just love this Jacket that has a built in earphones? Isn't this perfect for a morning jog? Hell yes!

Say hello to my I love LA shirt which is part of my growing collection! 
How's your day so far? December is almost here! Happy Yuletide everyone!

Photos by: Nicko Cabiling


Thursday, November 28, 2013

Black and Camouflage

Here's a very very quick post! Black black black! Yes, I always wear black most of the time (and sometimes, grey, brown, white) but I always make sure to look stylish. You will still look stylish if you will add a piece of clothing that has an interesting design/print! Go and try it your way. Haha

On me: Shirt from Zara l Pants from Penshoppe l Shoes from Itti l Sunglasses from Times Square NYC l Watch from U-boat l Cap from a friend

NYC cap from my dear friend Karla! I really like the leatherette part of this. Definitely will get one soon!

A simple all black outfit will look stylish if you'll mix a nice printed jacket or a cardigan. You will look more interesting and stylish!

A basic black shirt is a must in every guy's closet.

Hello to all my readers from Ukraine! Have a good day ahead ya'll!

Photos by: Karla Salinas


Saturday, November 23, 2013

Kalsada and Me

Before anything else, I'm really sorry for the lack of posts since my schedule lately was really busy and my relatives from the US just arrived and line of activities and out of town escapades popped in! Anyways, since the KalsadaPH website will be launched this December, I'd like to share to everyone the outfit I wore for the said project! Since this project is about Philippine Street Style, here's a grudge and hippy look perfect for it! And yes, didn't forget to add my plaid button down and used it as a wrap around! (Let's talk about my favourite style. Lol)

On me: Shirt from Oakley l Jacket from Hollister l Pants from Oxygen l Buttondown from Arnold Palmer l Boots from Dr. Marten's l Cap from Boy London l Sunglasses from Ray Ban l Rings from The SM Store l Watch from Casio

Boy London cap I got from a very good friend of mine since College days! Thanks, Karla! I hope you'll see this! Haha

About this look, I just wore this jacket I got from my cousin Daniel night before the KalsadaPH Angeles leg. I was supposed to wear a colourful outfit but I opted not too since black is really my favourite colour. It will never fail me, ever. Hehe

Don't you just love the batik design of this jacket? Seriously, obsessing in it!

The X signature of the pants from Oxygen! Tell me something about my street style outfit! Would be really happy to hear some thoughts from ya'll! Keep safe everyone!

Photos by: Jeroy Balmores


Monday, November 18, 2013

Flood and Camera

Here's a quick outfit post I wore during a rainy day! Kept all things really simple and didn't forget to wear my sunnies! Yes, haha call me crazy or whatever but I still prefer to wear sunnies even if it's raining. Also wore my combat shoes to protect my feet from the rain and the rain's aftermath. Hehe

On me: Shirt from Forever21 Men l Jeans from Penshoppe l Shoes from Itti l Bag from American Boulevard l Cap from Nike l watch from G-Shock l Necklace from Khai

Nike cap. First time to wear cap like this on my blog and to be honest, I'm loving this kind of cap! :)

T'was really pouring when I asked my friend to take pictures of my OOTD. Haha no one or should I say nothing can stop me. (I kid.) Lol

Say hello to my hobo bag from American Blvd.! I really like the design of this bag, plus it's reversible too!

Itti shoes are the best! Comfort and protection in one! Should invest more of this soon! I hope everyone's okay and please pray for everyone who suffered from the super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan). 

Photos by: Sharen Heart


Tuesday, November 12, 2013


As number of children affected by Super Typhoon Haiyan rises to 4 million, UNICEF steps up emergency response
Manila/ New York/ Copenhagen, 10 November 2013 –  UNICEF is rushing emergency supplies to areas of the Philippines ravaged by Super Typhoon Haiyan on 8 November, as the latest estimates indicate that up to 4 million children could now be affected by the disaster.
Therapeutic food for children, health kits, water and hygiene kits to support up to 3,000 families in the affected areas have already been mobilized from supplies available in the country, with distribution prioritized for the Tacloban area as soon as access is possible.

"We are rushing to get critical supplies to children who are bearing the brunt of this crisis,” said UNICEF Philippines Representative Tomoo Hozumi. “Reaching the worst affected areas is very difficult, with limited access due to the damage caused by the typhoon to infrastructure and communications. But we are working around the clock to find ways to get these supplies to children as quickly as conditions allow."
UNICEF’s warehouse in Copenhagen is airlifting US$1.3 million worth of additional supplies for another 10,000 families, including those affected by the recent earthquake in Bohol. The shipments contain water purification tablets, soap, medical kits, tarpaulins, and micronutrient supplements.
Children who have escaped the terrible damage of Haiyan still need urgent assistance to survive the aftermath of the storm. Particular concerns include health, due to the impact of the typhoon on water supply and sanitation systems. Children also need safe and protected spaces to be able to play and resume studying while adults work to recover their homes and livelihoods.
"As we get a better picture of the impact of this devastating crisis, it is clear that even more children are affected than first thought," said Mr. Hozumi. "UNICEF is doing all it can to reach these children, as quickly as possible with critical supplies, to protect their health, safety and wellbeing in the difficult days ahead."

For further information, please contact:
Zafrin Chowdhury, UNICEF Philippines, Tel:+632 901 01 77, Mobile: +63 917 867 8366,
Chris de Bono, Regional Adviser, in Manila, +63 929 768 2367,
Marge Francia, UNICEF Philippines, Tel: +632 901 01 73, Mobile: +62 917 858 9447,
Marixie Mercado, UNICEF Geneva, Mobile: +41 79 756 7703,
Kate Donovan, UNICEF New York, Tel: + 1 212 326 7452, Mobile: +1 917 378 2128,
Sarah Crowe, UNICEF New York, Mobile: + 1 646 209 1590,

Now you can make a difference! Place your donations here: UnicefPH

About UNICEFUNICEF works in more than 190 countries and territories to help children survive and thrive, from early childhood through adolescence. The world’s largest provider of vaccines for developing countries, UNICEF supports child health and nutrition, good water and sanitation, quality basic education for all boys and girls, and the protection of children from violence, exploitation, and AIDS. UNICEF is funded entirely by the voluntary contributions of individuals, businesses, foundations and governments. For more information about UNICEF and its work visit:
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Dine for a cause

The number 1 Japanese restaurant in the country will have their Dine for a cause today! Please see the picture for more details.

In the spirit of giving, Yabu will be holding a Dine for A Cause event on November 13, 2013 (today). 100% of our profits from all Yabu branches will be donated to those affected by the recent calamity caused by Typhoon Yolanda.The more you eat, the more we can give. If you can't make it to our Dine for A Cause day, please help us spread the word to your friends and family. Text it, post it on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Just spread the word in any way that you can. Please spread the word and let us help our countrymen!


Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Checks and Famous

It's a Plaid back Saturday for me! Wore this outfit last Saturday to help our (PFB) new found friend for his style hunting at SM City Pampanga! Met Bjorn, the creator of KalsadaPH at around 2-ish in the afternoon and walked in the mall for 4 hours to spot stylish Cabalens! Our day was filled with tons and tons of unforgettable funny memories! Do not forget to check out kalsadaPH on Facebook to know more about it! On to my outfit, as a self-proclaimed street style lover, I mixed the said style with a bit of sporty. Not my first time to wear rubber shoes but yes, I'm really loving incorporating these two style. They create a very good fashion statement to your overall look and not to forget comfortability should be mentioned, too! You can walk in the mall for hours without suffering your comfort! I should invest for more shoes like this one in the future!

On me: Button down from Mint l Jeans from Oxygen l Shoes from New Balance l Socks from Uniqlo l Cap from Metro Marquee Mall l Sunglasses from Rayban l Watch from Cotton On l Bracelets from Specimen

Famous snap back I got at metro department store in Marquee mall for cheap! They have a lot of designs and I'm pretty sure I'll go back to purchase some more!

Don't you just love the colours of this button down? Well, I called myself a walking table cloth! Lol Plaids will never get out of style. It is a staple in every guy's closet. A very versatile piece that you can wear as a wrap around, for layering and as a shirt alone. Agree? :)

New Balance 574. This pair of shoes says it all! Black as my favourite colour! :)

Photos by: Zhack Paras


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